State pollution officials have begun monitoring the Upper Mississippi River to study its health in terms of aquatic life, recreation and fish consumption. The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency will take water chemistry samples over two years and analyze them by late 2015.
More than 50 mayors from cities along the Mississippi River are coming to St. Cloud this summer. It was announced yesterday (Thursday) that the 2nd annual meeting of the Mississippi River Cities and Towns Initiative will be held in St. Cloud.
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